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2 Effective Teaching with PowerPoint A Learning Theory Approach Presented by: Dave Antonacci University of Missouri-Kansas City

3 Learning Theories/Models Behaviorism B.F. Skinner Case-Based Reasoning Janet Kolodner Information Processing Robert Gagné

4 Information Processing Model Receptors Neural Impulse Patterns Sensory Register Selective Perception Short-term Memory Semantic Encoding Long-term Memory Long-term Storage

5 Information Processing Model Long-term Memory Retrieval Short-term/Working Memory Response Generator Response Organization Effectors Performance Feedback Reinforcement (Continued)

6 Information Processing Model Control Processes Executive Control Processes Expectancies (Continued)

7 Events of Instruction - 1 Gaining Attention Reception Use abrupt stimulus change

8 Respiratory System Anatomy and Physiology

9 Ancient Egypt

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11 Events of Instruction - 2 Informing Learner of the Objective Expectancy Tell learners what they will be able to do after learning

12 Learning Goal: Understand the four major schools of philosophy: Idealism Realism Pragmatism Existentialism

13 Objectives: Given the chemical formula for an inorganic compound, you will be able to name the compound. Given the name of an inorganic compound, you will be able to write the chemical formula for the compound.

14 What speed of film should you use for different situations?

15 Events of Instruction - 3 Stimulating Recall of Prior Learning Retrieval to Working Memory Ask for recall of previously learned knowledge or skills

16 Review: Least Common Denominator (LCD) 1. Factor each denominator into primes 4 = 2 x 2 6 = 2 x 3 2. Count the number of times each factor appears 2, 2, 3 3. Find the product of these factors 2 x 2 x 3 = 12

17 Supply and Demand

18 Impressionism Review Themes Color Composition Brushwork Regatta at Argenteuil by Claude Monet

19 Events of Instruction - 4 Presenting the Stimulus Selective Perception Display the content with distinctive features

20 Change Process Plan Design Implement Evaluate Revise

21 Network Topology Point to Point Complete Star Bus Ring Tree Irregular Thanks to: Gwen Woods & Craig Klimczak

22 Dave’s Syndrome Normal Abnormal

23 Solve:

24 Punnett Square Example Parents

25 Skandia IC Value Scheme Intellectual Capital Financial Capital Market Value Structural Capital Human Capital Organizational Capital Customer Capital Process Capital Innovation Capital

26 Education: All learning experiences Instruction: Planned learning experiences Training: Specific skills What is teaching?

27 Treatment of Scrapes and Abrasions Able to remove foreign material? Signs of infection? Yes Home Treatment No Contact Physician Yes Contact Physician No

28 Bandwidth 4,525 s 1,980 s 660 s 169 s 84 s 25 s 2.5 s 56K Modem ISDN Phone 384 DSL T-1 Cable Modem 10M Ethernet 100M Ethernet Thanks again: Gwen Woods & Craig Klimczak

29 Events of Instruction - 5 Providing Learning Guidance Semantic Encoding Suggest a meaningful organization

30 ADDIE: Instructional Design Process Analysis Design Development Implementation Evaluation

31 - 4)(3x + 5) (2x Last First Outside Inside Binomial Multiplication F.O.I.L.

32 Aruba and Bermuda Comparison ArubaBermuda Area (sq mi) Climate Tropical MarineSubtropical Arable Land 7%6% Population 70,00063,500 Life Expectancy

33 Parts of a Report Introduction Body Conclusion

34 Events of Instruction – 6 & 7 Eliciting Performance Responding Ask learner to perform Providing Feedback Reinforcement Give informative feedback

35 What architectural style is this? Answer: Art Deco

36 What is the median of the following scores: Answer:

37 Find the error: x = 20 For i = 1 to 10 Print “Record: ”, i, x, (x-1)^2 x = x/2 Next x

38 Events of Instruction - 8 Assessing Performance Retrieval and Reinforcement Require additional learner performance with feedback

39 Events of Instruction - 9 Enhancing Retention and Transfer Retrieval and Generalization Provide spaced reviews and varied practice

40 Readability Analysis Assignment Read Chapter 7 in Brown & Wang Do Questions 1-5, p. 145 Estimate the readability of the following website:

41 Find a current product at each stage in the Product Life Cycle:  Introduction  Growth  Maturity  Decline

42 Draw one the following in art nouveau: Bookends Doorknob Salt & Pepper Shakers

43 Events of Instruction - Summary Gaining Attention Informing Learner of the Objective Stimulating Recall of Prior Learning Presenting the Stimulus Providing Learning Guidance Eliciting Performance Providing Feedback Assessing Performance Enhancing Retention and Transfer


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